Kongkast is Hong Kong's drum and bass / dubstep podcast featuring new, old and unreleased tunes from around the World. The sessions are recorded weekly at the Kongkretebass HQ in Hong Kong and hosted by DJ Wash. Special episodes by guest DNB artists from the Asian/Oceanic region and beyond are a regular feature. Occasionally dipping into other genres such as Breaks, Hip Hop, Reggae and more... Thanks for listening in! DJ Wash and Kongkretebass
The Very Best Mix of Downtempo, Ambient, Trip Hop, Electronica and Dub Music from around the World
This week, we'll look at mirages. In particular the superior mirage known as Fata Morgana, named after the fairy shapeshifting half-sister of King Arthur. We come to rely on the normally stable optic perceptions that make up our daily experiences but now and again the physical world will throw you off. It's those moments that are the true reality of our existence. Testing us this week are Nicky Cairney, ShaMANoiD, Mustard Tiger, Rabbit Hole Revelations, Artemis and Merge of Equals. I'm Jim Nye.Try the new Idyllic Music app.
This week's episode of Idyllic Music is brought to you by the number 3. It is, I believe, the most ubiquitous symbol man has created throughout history. From religion to physics and beyond, the number 3 is found everywhere. The atom is made up of 3 components. Almost all faiths have a core aspect containing 3 parts. Shakespere, Tolkien and a host of modern authors have found the trilogy or number 3 irresistible. All of this despite the overwhelming dominance of the number 2 in our own biology, 2 eyes, ears, arms and legs. What is it about that added digit? Exploring the musical end of the number 3 for us are Nicolas Eller, Radioactive Sandwich and Ovalys. I'm Jim Nye.Try the new Idyllic Music app.
This week, we'll explore the many paths to spiritual enlightenment. It might come in a journey, a ritual of repetition or a chemical. Each method is personal. I'm Jim Nye.Try the new Idyllic Music app.
This week, we'll experience Epic Dreams. Dreams that are so compelling and so vivid the details remain with you for years. When you wake up from an Epic Dream, you feel that you have discovered something profound or amazing about yourself or about the world. They are the dreams shaped by Morpheus and dreamt by Siddhartha and Gilgamesh. Dreaming on with us on this episode of Idyllic Music are Smarton Trio, Viola, Karmacoda, Hello Mellow, Twin Muses and Earsauce. I'm Jim Nye.Try the new Idyllic Music app.
This week we will consider those times when things get wobbly. Not the early 20th century trade union but the feeling that things that once seemed solid and unchanging are now less so. They may be in politics and sexuality, personally or sonically. We will hear from 6 artists finding their footing in an unstable world. They are The National Pool, Auma, Metaharmoniks, Lovespirals, The Esoteric Gender and Korev.Try the new Idyllic Music app.
The weekly Resident Advisor Podcast featuring electronic music - www.residentadvisor.net
Singular bass music and beyond.
Gritty house and techno from the Russian underground.
Timeless house and disco.
Top tier techno from one of Japan's underground favourites.
60 minutes of Hard Electronic, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
In this podcast: 1. Stephen Schweyen, 2. Wicked boy, 3. Wicked boy, 4. Strojovna 07, 5. Wicked boy, 6. Strojovna 07, 7. Processor, 8. DJ Markitos, 9. Mantic, 10. Mantic
In this podcast: 1. Processor, 2. Wicked boy, 3. Processor, 4. Strojovna 07, 5. iNTROSPEKT, 6. Dr Kuch, 7. Mantic, 8. Strojovna 07, 9. Stephen Schweyen, 10. Monoide
In this podcast: 1. Processor, 2. Domased, 3. Dr Kuch, 4. Strojovna 07, 5. Wicked boy, 6. DJ Markitos, 7. Stephen Schweyen, 8. Strojovna 07, 9. Processor, 10. Dr Kuch, 11. Beat Under Control
In this podcast: 1. Wicked boy, 2. Strojovna 07, 3. Processor, 4. Domased, 5. Beat Under Control, 6. Strojovna 07, 7. Processor, 8. Dr Kuch, 9. Processor, 10. Domased, 11. Mantic, 12. Strojovna 07, 13. iNTROSPEKT, 14. Wicked boy
In this podcast: 1. iNTROSPEKT, 2. Domased, 3. Processor, 4. Mantic, 5. Processor, 6. DJ Markitos, 7. Mantic, 8. iNTROSPEKT, 9. Dr Kuch, 10. Strojovna 07, 11. iNTROSPEKT
60 minutes of Electronica, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
In this podcast: 1. Windcheater, 2. LYNX and Janover, 3. Kalabi, 4. LYNX and Janover, 5. Philipp Weigl, 6. Burning Babylon, 7. Psycliq, 8. The Headroom Project, 9. Dejan Ilijic, 10. Rildrim, 11. Colfax
In this podcast: 1. Windcheater, 2. LYNX and Janover, 3. Sterling, 4. Magnatune Compilation, 5. Anne Garner, 6. Beat Under Control, 7. allMeadow and Rob Costlow, 8. Arphaus, 9. MRDC, 10. Mantic
In this podcast: 1. Kalabi, 2. Sterling, 3. Endless Blue, 4. Sterling, 5. SGX, 6. Memories of Tomorrow, 7. Osamu Kitajima and Chris Mancinelli, 8. DJ Cary, 9. Philipp Weigl, 10. Strojovna 07, 11. Linda Wood, 12. The Headroom Project, 13. Tokyo507, 14. Ivilion
In this podcast: 1. Philipp Weigl, 2. Wicked boy, 3. Colfax, 4. Sterling, 5. Mokhov, 6. The Headroom Project, 7. Linda Wood, 8. Indidginus, 9. The Headroom Project, 10. Domased, 11. Linda Wood
In this podcast: 1. The Headroom Project, 2. Wicked boy, 3. Sterling, 4. Wicked boy, 5. The Headroom Project, 6. AntiGuru, 7. Kalabi, 8. Tokyo507, 9. Philipp Weigl, 10. Adam Fielding, 11. Dejan Ilijic, 12. General Fuzz
A weekly programme of ambient and atmospheric music from across the ages and around the world, heard on Australian public radio since 1989. Ultima Thule weaves a mix of ambient, trance, drone and chillout electronica, spacemusic, ancient, mediaeval and neoclassical creations, traditional and world music, soundtracks, cool jazz and impressionist soundworks into an exquisite, chatter-free 90-minute musical narrative.
Celebrating nine centuries of Ultima Thule with Stephan Micus and Bob Holroyd.
Nighthawks, reaching land... with Patrick O'Hearn, Bob Holroyd, Joe McMahon, Harold Budd, Ruben Garcia and John Foxx.
Soaring and drifting long distances with Biomass, Broken Harbour and Keller and Schonwalder.
A very Ultima Thule xmas, featuring seasonal works from Andrew Lloyd Webber, Thisquietarmy, Mark Jenkins, Gareth Ramsay, Claudio Merlini and Christopher Westcott.
Beguiled by a restless mirage: new music from Patrick O'Hearn and Darshan Ambient.
Different kinds of funky. Deep, dirty, underground dance music. Heavy disco dub and jackin funk house. Electric boogie and cosmic rhythm mixed and sliced by Brad Slyde for broadcast on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal Canada.
Cantoma "Paloma" Mudd Mix (Leng) Jean Claude Gavri "7th House" (Coco Bin) Johnny Adams "Feel The Beat" The Revenge Edit (Z) Led Zeppelin "Whole Lotta Love" Valique Dub (Vehicle) Mathias Stuba "All Night Long" (BBE) Quando Quango "Genius" (Factory) Okyerema Asante "Sabi (Get Down)" (Atumpar) Andromeda Orchestra "Sensitive" Special Disco Mix (FAR) In Flagranti "Restraint Bias" (Codek) Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca "Ero Disco Theme" (Gomma) Cantoma "North Shore" Max Essa Mix (Leng) Jean Claude Gavri "Az Alwayz" (Coco Bin)
Corduroy Mavericks "Good Life" (Native Soul) Wattie Green "Feel That Way" Mr. No Mix (Coyote Cuts) Ross Couch "Rockin In Rio" (Body Rhythm) Corduroy Mavericks "Girl What's Up" Kinky Movement Driving Mix (Native Soul) Jazzmopper J "Choof Doof" (Highjack) Brown & Steve Littlemen "Foolin Around" Toby Neal Mix (Mobile Trax) Crussen "Knock It Down" (Caboose) Rescue & Uriah West "Turn Me On" (Flapjack) Gene Farris & Russol "Dance Warriors" Sonny Fodera Mix (Cajual) Onsei "Babadeh" (Replay) Fourfeet "Fade Away" Nate Laurence Mix (Love Network) Swing Kings "Bold As Brass" (Orange Groove) Kinky Movement "Rockback" (Beatdown)
Eddie Henderson ?Butterfly? (Capitol) Norman Connors & The Starship Orchestra ?Captain Connors? (BMG) Eddie Henderson ?Say You Will? (Capitol) Francine McGee ?Delirium? (RCA) Disco & Co. ?Cold Coke? (Tubetracks) Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes ?Expansions? (Flying Dutchman) Powerline ?Double Journey? (Prelude) Azymuth ?Jazz Carnival? (Milestone) Armando Trovaioli ?Blazing Magnum? (CDHW) Bernard Wright ?Mr. Clean? Gazeebo Edit (Community) Eddie Henderson ?Inside You? (Blue Note)
Wattie Green "Brazilian Heat" (Coyote Cuts) Corduroy Mavericks "Close Tight" (Flapjack) Diem & Romano Arcaini "Time" South Of Roosevelt Mix (Native Soul) The Sound Republic "Up The Council" Frankie J Mix (Guesthouse) Soul De Marin "Pimpin" (Dufflebag) Wattie Green "The Prophet" (Coyote Cuts) Emil Lanne "Rhode Trip" (Guesthouse) Kinky Movement "In The Middle" (Replay) Brown & Steve Littlemen "Foolin Around" Toby Neal Mix (Mobile Trax) Jackin Box "The Grill" (Flapjack) Jam Funk "Roll Rock" (Funk Mansion) Freaky Behaviour "Turbo Daddy" (Cleanhouse) Moshun "Raw As Funk" (Roundhouse) Corduroy Mavericks "Doo Wop" Kinky Movement Mix (Beatdown)
Johnny Dynell ?Nu Throwdown? (Smash Hit) Crimea X ?Liubov? Daniele Baldelli Mix (Hell Yeah) Gwen Guthrie ?Hopscotch? Rotciv Edit (Mister Mistery) Gazeebo ?Gushing Climax? Lou Teti Mix (Community Recordings) Smoove & Turrell ?Beggarman? Crazy P Mix (Jalapeno) Basement Freaks ?Disco Life? (Jalapeno) Mash & Munkee ?Make A Difference? Neighbour Mix (Funk Weapons) James Curd ?Through All This Stuff? Tad Wily Mix (Smash Hit) Casual Encounters & Baxter ?No Limits? Instrumental (Space Walker) Frankie Goes To Hollywood ?Relax? Instrumental (Island) Jean Claude Gavri ?There Goes A Supernova? (Coco Bin) Chris Nemmo ?Cendrillon? (Klik) Incarnations ?Punta Paloma? Frisvold & Rune Lindbęk Mix (Love Monk) Bonar Bradberry ?Raum Strasse? Ray Mang Mix (Under The Shade) Jas Who & Sunshine Jones ?Eye 2 Eye? Sunshine?s Mix (Temple)
Featuring the best of all genres of electronic music!
It's the first weekend of the month, and that means a live set! It's one of the things I got the most excited about every month. Recent shows have featured performances from everyone from Atari Teenage Riot to Zion Train.Today on solipsistic NATION were going to hear a live in-studio performance from MSSNGDGTS (88:88). But first we're going to hear select tracks from 88:88's The Grey album, which you can download absolutely for free!EJ Peter is 88:88 and it's kind of cool how he came to be on today's show.I've been hard at work preparing future live sets for solipsistic NATION but I didn't see the forest for the trees. The weekend was fast approaching and I had zip. So I did what I always do when I'm in a jam like that: I went on Twitter and asked if anyone had a live set they'd like to share on solipsistic NATION. And out of the blue, 88:88 came through. In fact, he's recording his live set for us as I type these very words. That's how fresh this show is! And it's also a perfect example of how social media makes this show happen.I actually played a track from EJ a few months ago when I was doing a segment on the Future Sounds of San Diego compilation album. There were a lot of great tracks on the album but 88:88's "Dub-Hop" immediately caught my attention so it's a nice bit of synchronicity that he's on today's show.Join us again next week. I've got a big announcement about solipsistic NATION. We'll also talk with You Shriek's Raziel Panic and Brian Botkiller about their music boxed sets and maybe review a killer app for your iPhone or iPad.Until then, say hi to me on Twitter AT solipsistic.88:88 "Buried in America" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "All Day" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "Flycker" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "To Be A DJ" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "King Speech" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "Battling the Sun" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "Nostalgia" [FREE DOWNLOAD]88:88 "Good & Evil" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with 88:8888:88 "Live, In-Studio"
Artoffact Records is a Canadian label based in Toronto that has released over 100 industrial, synthpop, rock, and metal albums since the label was founded in 1999. I listen to a lot of music but when it's a release from Artoffact, I take notice because it's bound to be great. Some of my personal faves have been Alice in Videoland, Massiv in Mensch, and, more recently, Saltillo. Artoffact consistently releases such great music that it's a crime I have showcased their label by now. Jacek Kozlowski is the founder of Artoffact Records and he's been kind enough to put together a mix of tracks from his label featuring some crucial releases from 2011 and 2012. He was also cool enough to talk shop about Artoffact and the music industry in general. When I first started showcasing labels on solipsistic NATION I think I was caught up in the romance of what it would be like to run a label. But as the years have gone by I've come to realize how much sweat equity it takes to run a music label. No sane person would spend that much time and energy in such an endeavour. No, point of fact, it takes passion. So I guesss the romance is still there, after all. Anyway, to get back to my point, as I've come to appreciate the hard work that goes into running a label I've begun what, I hope, are very pragmatic questions. How do you sign an artist and who do you develop that artist once you do. Practicalities aside, there's also the art of being managing artists. I'm generalizing here but most musicians I've met will gladly go on and on why they lovingly and painstaking purchased the gear they have or give a spur of the moment dissertation on their art and their music but it's another thing entirely when it comes to the quotidian business of being, well... business. Hey, cut me some slack here. I said I was generalizing. Jacek gave some very insightful and considered answers to my questions on today's show. He also delivered some kick ass tunes so enjoy! Bonus, there are some free tracks below you can download for your continued pleasure but by all means, purchase a track or two. Artists need to eat and after all, it is a business. Saltillo "A Hair on the Head of John the Baptist" Interview with Jacek Kozlowski, founder of Artoffact Records Necro Facility "Cuts" Encephalon "Scar on Scar on Scar" Dead When I Found Her "New Age of Reason" [FREE DOWNLOAD] Blank "TimeSpace" [FREE DOWNLOAD] Saltillo "If Wishes Were Catholics" Interview with Jacek Kozlowski, founder of Artoffact Records Alice in Videoland "Something New" Mona Mur / En Esch "Eiskalt" Vigilante "Army of Time (feat. Victor Love of Dopestars Inc.)" Omega Lithium "Dance With Me" Jesus on Extasy "Lost in Time" Ascii.Disko "Butterflies" Interview with Jacek Kozlowski, founder of Artoffact Records
Welcome to 2012! According to a pop interpretation of the Mayan calendar we're going to go face-to-face with the apocalypse that we've all secretly hoping would finally happen. If you believe that sort of thing.Here at solipsistic NATION we're going to kick off the new year the same way we kick off each month: a live performance from an electronic music. But instead of one performance, we're going to hear two! One from Pimmon and one from Landcrash.Both Pimmon and Landcrash appeared on the Soft edition solipsistic NATION back in December. That was a great show and Landcrash and Pimmon's music really moved me. I asked if they'd be interested in coming on the show with some recorded live material. They both said yes and sent me their live sets, tout suite!Paul Gough is Pimmon and he's prepared a special in-studio live performance for us. Daniel Hopkins is Landcrash and we'll hear his live set recorded at the White Star. Their music is both beautiful and utterly haunted.Since they both explore the same sonic territory and are both on labels I really enjoy (12K and the Feedbackloop Label), I decided to feature their live sets on one show. It's also the reason why I asked them similar questions and it was pretty interesting to hear how their sensibilities differed and converged.Join us again next week when we'll showcase music from Artoffact Records. Until then, bask in the music of Pimmon and Landcrash. That seems to be the best way to experience it.Pimmon "Yicco"Pimmon "Düülbludgers"Interview with Paul Gough of PimmonPimmon "Buttered on Both Sides, Live"Pimmon "Belmont Crackle, Live"Pimmon "Pockaloi, Live"Pimmon "Do the Torben Tilly, Live"Landcrash "Fencing panels that survive" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Landcrash "Digital Wolves" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with Daniel Hopkins of LandcrashHurra caine Landcrash "Do the Torben Tilly, Live at the White Star"
I'm quite certain that the cold I'm suffering from is not, in fact, a cold. It's something far more sinister and deadly. I'm convinced that I've contracted some alien contagion aloft some weird vector that will begin the zombie apocalypse beginning with me: patient zero!Okay, it's not that bad. I just wanted to add a bit of drama to today's show. I am sick, though, so by necessity I'm going to be brief.For the last couple of weeks I've been listening to the very excellent King Deluxe Presents: Year One compilation album. As the title implies the album is a celebration of King Deluxe's first year as a label.I usually wait until a label has been around a couple of years and had more releases under their belt before showcasing them on solipsistic NATION, but I thought it would be a shame not to turn you on to King Deluxe. That way you can say knew about them way back when when.While King Deluxe is a collective it is effectively run by PK, the label's founder, and he joins us today from his home in British Colombia.Also joining us from San Diego is Miguel Vega, who is the founder of Dataset Clothing, which also happens to be a label that has just released the Future Sounds of San Diego compilation album. EshOne gave me the skinny on this album some months ago but even so I was still surprised to find that there were a lot of artists on the album I didn't recognize. I've dissed San Diego in the past for not having much of an electronic music scene but can admit when I'm wrong and eat some crow.Oh, and before I forget, Tweet me at solipsistic with the hashtag #dataset for your chance to win some Dataset schwag!Okay, folks, I can feel my limbs stiffening as my body transforms in rigor mortis. Time to meet my unMaker!Join us again next when we'll wrap up 2011 and bring in the New Year.Until then, for solipsistic NATION, I'm Bazooka Joe. Thanks for listening and happy holidays!Photo Credit: © WILL?REFUSETitus Twelve "The Great Escape" [FREE DOWNLOAD]El Haijn "Out Of The Unknown (Cubism Black Remix)" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with PK, founder of King DeluxeI.D. "Aether (Subp Yao remix)"Beats Antique "Nesvalo Feat. Eva Salina"The Pad Foundation "Heart Beat"Xerxes "Xerxes"lodsb "Eve"88:88 "Dub-Hop" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Puppy Kicker "Something Swanky" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with Miguel Vega, founder of Dataset ClothingMisk "Snot Sonata" [FREE DOWNLOAD]EshOne "Metals and Solids" [FREE DOWNLOAD]
Today on solipsistic NATION we're going to select tracks from Immigrant Breast Nest, a wonderful netlabel that was founded to present NYC?s best in weird, mostly electronic, underground music.Bit of background on today's show.Dan Abatemarco and fellow musician and partner in crime, David B. Applegate, are the agent provocateurs of Immigrant Brest Nest and they join us today to tell us more about their label.I first met Dan back in 2010 when I was putting together a semgent about people who were making music with iPods, Iphones and iPads. Performing as Speak Onion he was creating some gnarly noise that shredded my eardrums. Anyone can make noise. Dan was making noise to make music. I was so impressed with Dans music that I later invited him to return to solipsistic NATION with a recording of his live set recorded at the Charleston in Brooklyn for Immigrant Breast Nest?s record release party, and that's when I first learned of his label. I was blown away with the diversity and the quality of the artists on their label that I knew it was just a matter of time before I would showcase Immigrant Breast Nest on solipsistic NATION.Most of the tracks on today's show can be downloaded absolutely for free by clicking on the links on today's show notes below, but if you really like what you hear, why don't you throw the artists a few scheckles. Show 'em you appreciate what they do.Join us again next week when we'll hear music from King Deluxe and The Future Sounds of San Diego, and more!Thermometerometer "Angle of Ramps"Blind Moany Wat "Rotary Dozer" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with Dan Abatemarco and David B. Applegate of Immigrant Breast Nest"seismologist "Chimp Necropsy (seismologist remix)" [FREE DOWNLOAD]FluiD "Steve Sangre (FluiD remix)"David B. Applegate "Bone dice" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Joy Through Noise "Krypton" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with Dan Abatemarco and David B. Applegate of Immigrant Breast Nest"Speak Onion "Salt in the Symbols"Digit216 "Destroyed in the Tormented Lexicon of the Ancients (The Beast Shall Rise Malicimix)"Mysterious House "some stone and a museum of steam2" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Xrin Arms "Kitty Kats" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Speak Onion with Mercy Choir "Hunched Over Man" [FREE DOWNLOAD]David Morneau "Exiles (Doomsday Mix)"Inconclusive Whale Autopsy "Doppler 5k" [FREE DOWNLOAD]David B. Applegate "Bird mushroom meadow" [FREE DOWNLOAD]Interview with Dan Abatemarco and David B. Applegate of Immigrant Breast Nest"Thermometerometer "Arcane Arabic Soccer Magick"
chill electro lounge music podcast, pure music
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Piece of Mind - Ryan Scott Run Time: 66min 01. Five Flip (Original Mix) - Cascandy 02. Lucy (Original Mix) - Roman IV 03. Someone (Original Mix) - Enzo 04. Essa Hei (Original Mix) - Chase Buch 05. Scream Like (Original Mix) - Christian Burkhardt 06. Big N' Round (Original Mix) - Claude Vonstroke 07. Chica Chic (Loko Remix) - Oliver Klein and Kolombo 08. Shimo (Original Mix) - Damon Jee 09. Bought and Sold (George Cochrane Mix) - Origami 10. Bird 1 (Mark Broom Dub) - Underworld 11. Sexuality Compulsive (SQL Remix) - Astronivo 12. klappy (Original Mix) - David Jones 13. Flash (Channel X Remix) - Green Velvet 14. Mad Clinic - Max Bett 15. Trip to Togo (Original Mix) - Oliver Klein 16. Tunguska (Per Hammar Remix) - Dmitry Fyodorov 17. Hold Home (Original Mix) - Santos 18. Don't You (Original Mix) - The Selph, Avatism 19. Instincts (Original Mix) - Jay Lumen 20. Meltin Pot (Original Mix) - Mark Broom 21. Poupea (Original Mix) - Mendo & Danny Serrano 22. Bom Bom (Original Mix) - Justin Drake 23. Breakfast in Bag - Carlo Lio 24. Sativa (Original Mix) - Carlo Lio 25. Earth Goat (Ramon Tapia Remix) - Andreas Henneberg 26. Smile (Jimmy Roqsta Remix) - Project KF 27. Danny Boy (Original Mix) - Joel Mull 28. Waxfix (Original Mix) - Alexi Delano 29. Mirage (Original Mix) - Jimmy Roqsta 30. CMYK - James Blake
apologies for the absence, I've been hard at work in the studio producing original tracks for revolutionary music. hope you dig the new mix cheers, ryan
special guest mix from jay mutiny 1.Re:Axis - Lost in your mind 2.Mike Wall - Hacienda (Nico Schwind rmx) 3.Leon & Greenbeam - Train (Someone else rmx) 4.ANNA - Human traffic 5.Miro Pajic - Staring at the dark 6.ANNA - Autistische Geschicten 7.Roberto Perotti - Everyone dies 8.Sani - Long island (Leon & Greenbeam rmx) 9.Seismal D - Not Human (Hugo rmx) 10.Miro Pajic - Waste 11.ANNA - Phantom 12.Lado - Funky noise 13.Harnessnoise - Take no connect (Tim Green remix) 14.Oliver Klein, Flow & Zeo - Double espresso 15.Miro Pajic - Onezerozero
i'll have the track list up soon
The finest in Minimal, Tech House, Deep House, Progressive House and Electronica, carefully selected and mixed for your listening pleasure. The RK2 Podcast brings you the latest in genre defining dance music and features some of the freshest up-and-coming DJ talent from around the world. From Fat Progression to Glitching Minimalism, your ears won't be disappointed!